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At Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort, you’ll be treated to the highest-quality service as soon as you arrive. Staff are on hand to provide a customary Fijian greeting, cold towel, refreshing drink and welcome gift. Once you’ve found your way to your ‘bure’ – a traditional Fijian bungalow with a thatched roof – you’ll be waited on by Talai butlers. Children can be taken care of by the resort’s Meimei nannies, or take part in the supervised activities for kids and teens. Children under 13 even eat for free at three of the resort’s restaurants.
The Bebe Spa Fiji sits on Vakalomalagi Hill (‘Heavenly Hill’ to the locals) above the Outrigger resort. It’s made up of eight treatment rooms with private balconies, all of which have ‘showers in the sky’. Four even have hydrotherapy tubs. If you book into the spa, you’ll be able to enjoy signature treatments involving traditional Fijian ingredients and techniques, as well as Pevonia Botanica products. Between scrubs and rubs, take in unspoilt sea views, thanks to the spa’s elevated position.
With loads of activities and excursions on offer at Outrigger Fiji Beach Resort, there are plenty of opportunities to soak up Fijian culture and mingle with the locals. Every night, there’s a traditional sunset ceremony, where participants light a torch, blow a conch shell, chant and dance. Before you leave, the resort gives every group a parting gift as a memento for your trip to Fiji, and a blessing for a safe journey home.
Dine on the beachfront at Sundowner, where you can enjoy lunch or dinner with cocktails. Choose from juicy Australian beef, fresh seafood dishes and wood-fired pizza.
For more exotic cuisine, try Baravi for lunch or dinner. You’ll find traditional and contemporary dishes from India, Thailand, Singapore and China.
This adults-only restaurant offers creative, local dishes in an intimate and formal setting. It takes its name from the 100-year-old Ivi tree just outside.
Head to this bar for drinks and tapas, where you’ll be able to enjoy live after-dinner music. It’s an adults-only zone after 9pm and the dress code is smart-casual with shoes.
Kalokalo is an adults-only bar serving tapas and oysters with Champagne and cocktails. Located on a hilltop, this memorable eatery offers views across the resort and the Pacific Ocean.
Vale Ni Kana is a fun restaurant for all the family. It hosts weekly themed dinners accompanied by live entertainment, and you’ll find it in the centre of the resort.
For a quick drink or snack, pop to this grab-and-go spot in the lobby. It serves takeaway sandwiches, focaccia, pastries and coffee, and has an internet kiosk.
To catch the sun’s last rays, try this adults-only bistro with its swim-up pool bar. À la carte breakfast and tapas dishes can be delivered to you at the poolside.
You’ll be immersed into Fijian culture at this resort. Its traditional ‘bures’ bring the outdoors in with plenty of natural elements and warm wood tones. These private bungalows have space to relax and unwind, with views over the resort or of the ocean. All have a balcony or veranda, and some even come with a hammock for quiet moments.
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